These Norwegian Sky Oceanview Staterooms have room for up to three guests, with two lower beds that convert into a queen-size bed and a convertible sofa to accommodate one more. You'll also have a porthole to enjoy the amazing view.
Cabin too tiny, no replenishment of bar of soap for 3 days...had to remind them to do it.
No shampoo in shower, nor replenishment of hand cream and body lotion.
Shower extremely small, bathroom had a musty odor. Read entire member review >>
This starboard-forward cabin #7212 just off the centrally located atrium was absolutely the best location on the entire ship. It was so close to the forward elevators and stairs. There was a small ramp from the atrium on the starboard side and a few stairs on the port side. Side note: The special stairs to deck 6a staterooms were next to the ramp and we weren't sure if the elevator or regular stairs actually went to 6a. In the atrium area on deck 7, the Atrium Bar had lots of seating, different mojitos and live music almost all the time, but it didn't permeate to our cabin just around the corner as the 2nd stateroom in the atrium. There was also another bank of 4 glass elevators with easy access to guest services & shorex desk 2 flights of stairs down. On the other side of the atrium was the entrance to the casino. The cabin itself was very small, but adequate with all the usual amenities. Even the porthole window was much larger than we had expected and provided more than an adequate amount of light. The view from our porthole was the great. While docked in Havana, we had a nice view of the water, Malecon, fort, and statue across the way. The only 2 minor issues was a musty smell that permeated thru all our clothes and the fact that it was impossible to have the drawers/safe open at the same time as the bathroom door. Storage space was also very limited with only 3-4 small drawers in one cabinet with one short & one long hanging space. There also wasn't much room on the small desk with the refrigerator below and tv on shelf above, esp. if trying to use their large hair dryer with a special plug that had to be inserted at the desk. However, there was a good variety of tv channels and we did watch quite a few movies along with BBC. The one-person (fairly large) sofa chair didn't serve us very well except to put our bags and towels on. The bathroom seemed smaller than other ships, but there were plenty of small shelves above both sides of the mirror. The circular shower was very tight, but the cloth curtain was clean and 2 dispensers of shower gel/conditioning shampoo were always full. However, sadly ... no bar soap. Overall, it was a standard room, but in a great location! Read entire member review >>
Nice cabin upgraded from a GTY inside. A decent size closet for a weekend cruise with a safe. Small, flat screen tv. Small couch and a very comfortable bed. There is shampoo in a dispenser so you may want to bring your own. Shower had good pressure and lots of little cubbies for all your toiletries. Read entire member review >>
We were in cabin 7210. Our friends were a few doors down the hall. This was a great location! The bar in the atrium was great for just running out to grab a drink. The cabin was an ocean view with a porthole. The square footage may have been average, but I have seen better use of space on other ships. The shower had a stick-to-your-butt shower curtain instead of sliding glass, but that is standard for ships this age. The bathroom was very small comparatively. The bed was very comfy as usual, and that is primarily what we used it for. Not much time was spent in the cabin aside from sleeping and getting ready for the next event/excursion. The room steward was good. Always did his job, made towel animals, etc. Read entire member review >>
We had an Ocean view cabin on deck 8 which was for the hearing impaired even though we are not hearing impaired. One night I was awakened by a yellow light that began flashing in the room. I was told by the steward that someone must have hit the door bell button on the outside of our door which makes the light flash. This is to signal to the hearing impaired that someone is at the door but there is no way to disable it. Read entire member review >>
Small but functional. Clean and in good repair. Terrible mattresses - really uncomfortable. Very basic but the window was nice excellent location. No drawers - lucky it was a short cruise. Read entire member review >>
Second time in ocean view room. Liked it alot. However this is the second time our onboard pizza has been thrown away and we only ate like two slices. But these hard cookies were left in our room the whole time. But rooms are great! Read entire member review >>
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